Guang Dong Hotel
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... the cup and told him that he needed to keep his fingers submerged for at LEAST fifteen minutes.
He seemed genuinly grateful and it did look as though he was getting some pain relief when he dunked his hand in. His girlfriend however, looked as though her nose had been placed right out of joint. I managed to hold my tongue and not comment on her utter uselessness but I think she very clearly got the message anyway!
Okay so ...
... walking up the mountain were beautiful. We weaved in and out and walked so dangerously close to the edge, but that's what made the trip so beautiful.
I would recommend the walk to the top to anyone, no matter how fit or unfit you are, it's worth it to see some of the most beautiful sights in China.
Upon the arrival at the top of the mountain we realised how busy it actually was. We took a few snaps, chilled for a bit and decided to get in the cable cart que, as ...
... cubicles, only once have I been in a communual one, without any choice, stuck out at the migrant school volunteering & dying for a pee, I just had to go with it! Us volunteers got to know each other well that day! And believe it or now, I’ve found one thing worse, and that’s a squat portaloo at the music festival!
· Friends leaving, people warned us that there will be frequent leaving parties – ...
... through a little better before getting on that airplane. You want to read about the recent goings on of China madness, or at least I assume you do, otherwise you most likely wouldn’t be looking at this page right now. So, let me give you a bit of info on the goings on since our return to Shanghai.
When we got back we went out with Jake and pretty much the whole group, since Jake was leaving a couple days early and we had to see him off. We all went out ...
... saying no in my language. Most of the time it was gibberish but then it went on to rude Maltese words because of Karen. It is amazing what fun it is! Ha ha. You should try it!
So that is it about Shanghai really. It was more of resting place for us which is ironic in the most busiest of Chinese cities.
Our next stops are Gulin and Yangshou the two areas that we have been dreaming of ever since we entered China.
Ta ta for now!
Karen & Paul xxx ...